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January 31, 2011 @ 8:31 pm

The Ladder of Love

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Gabriella Hartwell, an Intuitive Relationship Life Coach and Author of the book "You Find Your Soul Mate When You Let Go of Searching" joined the show.


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Gabriella Hartwell is an Intuitive Relationship Life Coach that resides on the island of Kauai in Hawaii and has been helping people with their relationships for many years now. People are naturally drawn to her compassionate, understanding and calm demeanor. She believes in the power of love and its capacity to allow the heart to heal so that it can embrace the love within and draw the love from others as well.

Gabriella is the Author of the book You Find Your Soul Mate When You Let Go of Searching and is currently writing her second book due out by October 2011, titled Rising Up the Ladder of Love: From Soul Mates to Twin Flame.

She is dedicated to helping you embrace the intense love that is waiting just over the horizon. In order to do so, it is important to realize that you deserve a life of happiness and to let go of the fear that stops you from walking into your destiny.

Gabriella also has a weekly radio show, an interactive blog on her website, free newsletter, live interactive chats to answer your questions and so much more. For more information visit EmergingSoul.com.


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Gabriella Hartwell discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • Your book is titled, "You Find Your Soul Mate When You Let Go of Searching", can you tell us how you suggest people let go of searching for love?
  • You mention the “ladder of love,” that there is a process to relationships, can you share this in more detail?
  • Even though there is more than one soul mate, should people still be looking for that special one, for their twin flame?
  • On your website, you say that twin flames are never separated, what do you mean by this?
  • What would you say to those who say they have been waiting and waiting for their twin flame and they are tired of waiting?
  • Don't Miss Special Conclusion Tip...


Web Site:
EmergingSoul.com


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January 31, 2011 @ 6:17 pm

Stop Smoking in 29 Days - Ready?

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Richard Fast the Creator of the 29 Day Series joins the show. Richard knows what it’s like to have a detestable habit. He had one: smoking. Like many smokers, he picked up the habit as a teenager and by 16 he was committed to it. By the time he was in his early 20s he had a 60-cigarret-a-day habit. Twenty-five years later he says the greatest accomplishment of his life was kicking the habit, and from this success he set out to help others quit bad habits or acquire desirable ones.


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Richard Fast knows what it’s like to have a detestable habit. He 
had one: smoking. Like many smokers, he picked up the habit as a 
teenager and by 16 he was committed to it. By the time he was in 
his early 20s he had a 60-cigarret-a-day habit.

He loathed this part of his life, angry that he was controlled by an 
utterly destructive habit. So Fast decided to quit, but not 
immediately that day or by trying to gradually cut back like past 
quitting attempts. Instead, he set out to reprogram his thinking 
about smoking from pleasurable and impossible-to-quit to 
focusing on how much he hated it and how destructive it was on 
his health.

Twenty-five years later he says the greatest accomplishment of his 
life was kicking the habit, and from this success he set out to help 
others quit bad habits or acquire desirable ones. Fast’s “29 Days” 
series is a step-by-step program that helps participants re-train 
their thought process about life goals. His series currently 
includes: 29 Days … to your perfect weight, 29 Days … to your life 
without cigarettes, 29 Days … to save money and achieve financial 
independence and 29 Days … to becoming a great listener and 
communicator.

“The ’29 Days’ programs are designed to generate gentle, effortless, forward momentum – every day,” 
Fast says. “These small gentle steps engage the cortex, the rational thinking brain, while simultaneously 
laying down a new roadway for our subconscious thoughts. This new roadway is the superhighway that 
builds new habits and lasting results.”

A prolific developer of board games, puzzles and toys, Fast is most notably the maker of the early 90s 
board game MindTrap (Mattel) – which challenges players to correctly answer brain teaser questions.

Fast is a native and current resident of Ontario and a full-time writer. He is a member of the International 
Listening Association and holds a black belt in jiu-jitsu. He and his wife, Michele Bertolin, co-author of 29 
Days … to your perfect weight, live in Burlington. For more information, please visit www.29Daysto.com.


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Richard Fast discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • Tell us about your “29 Days” book series.
  • What are some of the challenges that keep people from change?
  • In the books you identify fear as being a hindrance to change. How can we uncover our deepest fears and deal with them?
  • You discuss the importance of self-talk, how can we go about changing our negative internal dialogue to a more positive conversation?
  • Where can we get more information on your books?
  • Don't Miss Special Conclusion Tip...


Web Site:
www.29Daysto.com


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January 31, 2011 @ 4:39 pm

How do we lose energy?

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Gurutej, known as the Energy Guru joins the show.


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Gurutej is known as the Energy Guru. She has known since she was six years old that she wanted to lead others to their own inner self. She is a born leader, a creational genius, and a visionary thought leader. Her energy brightens your day, and her gift for lightness, comedy, and humor radiates with every breath and every word of her powerful message. An original disciple of Yogi Bhajan and a founding practitioner of Kundalini Yoga, Gurutej is one of a handful of Kundalini Yoga Masters in the world. She has taught people for over 40 years to connect to their essence through healing, meditation, yoga, and chanting. She lives and breathes the meaning of her Sikh name, “the one who brings you from darkness into light at the speed of light.”

Gurutej has created products the support and uplift humanity. She has 4 yoga DVDs 2 of which are listed in the top 10 yoga DVD’s of all time, Chakra pillows that are a line of channeled color and aroma therapy healing pillows, a new book A Slice of the Beloved a yogic based book supporting couples in creating delightful relationships. There are two new audio/video series launching in the New Year 2011. One is Get Your Skinny Back? She has also developed a series of highly innovative teachings called The Moon Centers revealing the challenges and gifts of each center and an indepth view of how they affect women. Tips and support so women can chart their moods and expose their gifts. These priceless teachings allow men to chart the cycles and support their partners in understanding these gifts for more ease less drama in the lives of all concerned.

Gurutej has created yoga centers throughout the United States and Canada. Her commitment to community outreach, philanthropy, the homeless, children, alternative education, and conscious living has been and is tireless. Free exercises for signing up on her site at www.gurutej.com.


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Gurutej discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • How do we lose energy?
  • Energy Cheaters What are they and do you use them?
  • What are some helpful Tips to make sure you have food with you that is real food to give you energy?
  • I understand there are exercices that can help us get our energy back what are 1-2 Exercises that you can do anywhere to get your energy back
  • Don't Miss Special Conclusion Tip...


Web Sites:
Gurutej.com
Twitter: @gurutej
Facebook: Gurutej-TheEnergyGuru


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January 31, 2011 @ 3:02 pm

What Makes for a Strong Marriage?

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Christina Linnell the creator of "A Closet Writer" joins the show.


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Christina has always dreamed of being a writer, little did she know that in her late thirties she would get the chance. The more she wrote random thoughts and snapshots about life, the more she heard from complete strangers that they could relate to her writings. Basic observations about what was going on in her own life resonated with so many.  This is all she needed to hear and "A Closet Writer" was born!

She is a wife, mom, sister, daughter, Christian & humorist.  Life is pretty darn good! Regardless of what is actually going on, she is a GLASS HALF FULL kind of gal!  When you read her blog her sincere prayer is that you will laugh, smile, feel hope & come back again and again. "Wash, rinse & repeat that’s all I’m saying" ~ Christina!

You can connect with Christina on Twitter & Facebook. You can also find her over at BizChickBlogs.com as the Relationships and Family Editor. Christina has been married to Dan for fifteen years and they have 3 beautiful children.  She loves meeting new people, so come on over!


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Christina Linnell discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • How long have you been married?
  • What do you think makes for a strong marriage?
  • How long have you been blogging?
  • How do you balance your family/friends with your writing?
  • Do you ever worry about sharing too much about your children or family?
  • Don't miss the Tip in Conclusion...


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January 31, 2011 @ 11:18 am

The biggest problem when it comes to people’s overall health and wellness

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Darshan Shanti who is an expert in human motivation, rapid transformation and helping people eliminate unwanted, unhealthy, self-destructive thoughts, beliefs and behaviors in hours, not years joined the show. He is an author of three books including his best-seller, The 24 Hour Champion – Discovering AND Living Your Priceless Life.


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Darshan is a workshop facilitator, transformational speaker and he is the founder and President of Freedom Incorporated, Inc. Across North America, he has worked with over 30,000 people from many diverse industries and backgrounds to help them find their hidden potential, purpose, passions, dreams and desires so they may experience true freedom and health in their lives and big success in their business.

He has a unique ability to very quickly empower participants to change their own mind about who they are, what they want and what's possible, both now and in the future. When they change their own minds, their change is permanent. That leaves them free to make new decisions, take new actions and create new, powerful and fulfilling lives.

His personal mission is to reach out and help at least 25 million people through his books, seminars, audio/video programs to discover and replace their core, limiting beliefs, blocks and barriers so they have the freedom to live the powerful, fulfilling and magnificent lives they truly deserve.

What makes his work so sought after by thousands of entrepreneurs, independent sales professionals, corporations and small/large businesses is his one-of-a-kind, training/teaching system called:

Core Problem Removal (CPR).

CPR is an interactive, transformational system that causes permanent shifts in awareness, enabling people to discover the unconscious barriers that hold them back from their greatest achievements.

Unlike most other speakers or trainers, Darshan’s work focuses only on the core issues that stop people. By dealing with issues at their core, they don’t come back anymore, just like weeds in a garden. If you pick them by their roots, they’re gone for good. If you don’t they will come back for sure. He is often hired as a ‘last resort’ when nothing else has worked for a company to come in and turn them around.


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Darshan discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • You have a remarkable story about how you almost died and how you healed yourself from Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep Apnea and Acid Reflux Disease, naturally. Can you tell us about that?
  • What were the most important lessons you learned from that?
  • What do you believe to be the biggest problem when it comes to people’s overall health and wellness?
  • People know what to do to lose weight and be healthy (Eat right, exercise, take time out to relax, etc.) Given that, what is it that stops people from taking care of themselves.
  • Right now, what is one thing you would recommend for my listeners that they do in order to start to gain control of their health and fitness?


Web Site:
The24HourChampion.com


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January 31, 2011 @ 10:06 am

Dont’ Stay Stuck on Stupid!

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Tiffani Murray, the creator of the Stuck on Stupid Book Series and a freelance writer joins the show. She talks about what brought on the inspiration to write her popular book series and to point at, at worse case scenario - dont' stay stuck on stupid!


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T. Murray is a seasoned writer contributing content on a multitude of topics, including love and relationships, for over 10 years. A single woman just entering her thirties, T. Murray has been through just about everything and can relate to women who have been careless in love, confused or left to cry alone in the dark.

As the author of Stuck on Stupid: A Guide for Today’s Single Woman Stuck in Yesterday’s Stupid Relationships  (www.StuckonStupidBooks.com) T. Murray has appeared on radio and television, hosting book signings on both the east and west coasts. She's been featured in Money, Redbook and Black Enterprise Magazines and quoted on CNNMoney, ABCNews.com and Reuters. She's been heard on Atlanta stations V-103, STAR 94 and WAOK.  T. Murray also wrote the feature article "Bringing Sexy Back to the Bedroom" for Black Health Magazine. She was the Dating Connection columnist for the Atlanta based PeachConnection.com. & has launched her relationship writing with Match.com.

In 2010 Murray was featured in both Money and Black Enterprise magazines which covered her ability to use writing as a source of income.  In the fall of 2010, Glamour.com called her relationship book “hilarious” pointing out the use of humor to help women with dating issues.  Ms Murray also appeared in the January 2009 issue of Upscale Magazine and the March 2009 issue of Redbook Magazine regarding her book Stuck on Stupid in the article “Thrive Outside Your Comfort Zone.” She also participated in the fall 2008 Your Way Singles TeleSymposium with her presentation “Stuck in a Bad Relationship? Symptoms, Signs & Getting Unstuck.” She was a showcased author in the May 2008 Atlanta Press Club event, From Journalist to Author: Stories from the Trenches. She is also the Content Manager for the newly launched love and relationship site FlaglerHill.com, writing and managing 8 bloggers.

With the release of the second book, Stuck on Stupid: A Guide for Today’s Professional Stuck in a Rut, she is sharing practical advice for professionals.  From being laid off or downsized to making moves to get out of a profession that doesn’t appeal to your passions, this book will help professionals and business owners work on getting unstuck.  Featured in magazines and writing for some of the best sites on the web, Murray is recognized as a talent and her take on life leaves an imprint on others.


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T. Murray discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • Tell us about your book series - Stuck on Stupid Books
  • I see you have a book on relationships. What can you tell us about that book and why you wrote it?
  • What do you think are some of the common unhealthy relationship situations people stay stuck in? Why do people stay stuck in them?
  • What would you tell someone who is stuck to do to change their situation, especially with Valentine's Day coming up?
  • Where can listeners find out more about your book or contact you for relationship advice?
  • Do not miss this episodes "Tip in Conclusion"...


Web Sites:
StuckonStupidBooks.com
Twitter: @SOSBooks


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January 31, 2011 @ 9:06 am

Sexual Desires Can Last a Lifetime!

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Hattie - a Holistic Life Coach, Speaker on Health, Beauty and Anti-aging & Author of  3 books, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Looking and Feeling Younger", "RetroAge: 4 Steps to a Younger YOU!" and memoir,  "Sex and the Single Senior: A Cougar's Search for Love", Radio Show "Hot With Hattie" on HereWomen Talk.com and who has made multiple appearances on international TV joined the show. At 74 nothing is stopping her...


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Hattie discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • What led you into being dubbed as "The Quitessential Cougar?
  • Do you believe that sexual desire lasts a lifetime?
  • What can a woman do to insure that they are desirable/appealing?
  • Do you believe that age, size, shape determine a women's sexuality?
  • What role does health play in maintaining satisfying sex?
  • Don't Miss Special Conclusion Tip...


Web Sites:
Blog: holisticallyhattie.com
Radio Program: HOT WITH HATTIE herewomentalk.com
Free 15 minute Private Holistic Life Coaching Skype or phone session  To schedule -- 212-388-8509 or hattie@hattieretroage.com.


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January 31, 2011 @ 8:04 am

Small changes to make giving us healthier relationships

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Danielle Ratcliff of 'Empower Defense and Life Skills' joined the show. She discusses with show host Eric Michaels small things we could be doing daily to have healthier relationships.


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Danielle Ratcliff of Empower Defense and Life Skills has worked in both the government and private sector for over 17 years,  helping families and individuals to overcome their pasts, through instilling skills and knowledge that in turn empowers them to make better decisions for themselves and with others. She now, with her husband Jason, has started Empower Defense and Life Skills LLC where they offer workshops for both self defense and personal development.


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Abbreviated Transcript of Interview with Danielle Ratcliff


Eric Michaels: How do you think we can learn to have stronger healthy relationships?
Danielle Ratcliff: We live in a society that pushes the ideals of individuals and their rights, and what has not been stressed,  is that with those rights comes our responsibilities. This can also be said when we enter into relationships with others. The first thing we need to do is to realize that we are not the center of the relationship, that a relationship is at least 2 people. If we wanted everything done our way then we should have stayed by ourselves. We need to be responsible for what we say, the actions we take and the way we choose to display our emotions with others. If we learn to respond with thought and caring and not have a knee jerk, careless reaction to situations, then we will have healthier relationships with less causalities.


Eric Michaels: How can we communicate more effectively?
Danielle Ratcliff: Communication is not necessarily what we say but how we say it. We need to communicate with the three C's: Caring, Caring, and Caring. I know that there is a lot more than entailed when learning the art of communication but if the underpinning motive of our communication is that we CARE about the other person then we are considering the impact of what we are saying and it will resonate in our tone and also in body language in a positive way.


Eric Michaels: How can people show that they care about each other?
Danielle Ratcliff: Cary Chapman has a book out called the 5 Love Languages. It is a great book, but it is it's concept I love. This is that we do not love the same way, what one person sees as someone showing love is not same as another. It is important that we take the time to find out what is important to our partner and how they gauge that they are loved. My husband feels loved when I clean the house, I feel loved when he spends time with me. Discover what causes your partner to feel loved. You may be surprised. Not all women want you to buy them lots of diamonds and not all Men want you to be the best cook.


Eric Michaels: When we look at relationships with others what do you see are 3 strengths we should bring to the table?
Danielle Ratcliff: Good listener – if we are a good listener we listen not only with our ears but also with our eyes.  At least 70% of our communication is through our non-verbal communication, not just the words we say.  A good listener watches facial features, the emotion behind what is being said and listens to tone of voice.  Resiliency – This is my favorite strength as it is when we choose to not allow the situations around us to dictate how we feel , then they do not impact on how we behave. Flexibility – We need to compromise and learn to give and take. If we don't there wont be any winners, especially not in our relationships.


Eric Michaels: Are there some small changes that we can make that can help us have healthier relationships?
Danielle Ratcliff: If we learn how to literally hold our tongue and listen to the other person, we allow ourselves to think of what needs to be said to reach a win/win outcome. Don't name call, as we will be spending all our time apologizing rather than addressing the issue at hand. Wait to talk when you are both in the right frame of mind to listen. Whenever possible use humor, it softens the blow.


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EmpowerDLS.com


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January 30, 2011 @ 8:11 pm

What is this skin barrier?

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Dr. Rebecca L. Smith, who is a board certified dermatologist in both General Dermatology and Pediatric Dermatology joined the show. With a background emphasis on clinical research, Dr. Smith has authored and co-authored numerous articles including the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (JAAD).


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Rebecca L. Smith, M.D. is board certified in both General Dermatology and Pediatric Dermatology. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Judson College, majoring in chemistry and biology and earning a B.S. Degree with Distinction. Dr. Smith attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine where she graduated with highest honors and was elected a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society. Following medical school, Dr. Smith completed a pediatric internship at Baylor, then her dermatology residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.

With a background emphasis on clinical research, Dr. Smith is well published. She has authored and co-authored numerous articles for various peer-reviewed medical journals, including the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (JAAD). She also contributed to textbook chapters in Clinical Dermatology, the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, and the Textbook of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.

Dr. Smith is a frequent speaker at medical education functions targeting audiences of consumers, peers, and colleagues in the medical profession. She has held medical licenses and practiced dermatology in Washington State, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She was voted as a member of "Charlotte Top Docs" in the 2007 and 2008 editions of Charlotte Magazine where Charlotte, NC providers were asked where they would refer their family and patients for medical services.

Dr. Smith lives in Fort Mill with her husband and two children.  She enjoys cooking, crafts, and traveling with her family.


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Abbreviated Transcript of Interview with Dr. Rebecca Smith


Eric Michaels: We're in the middle of a very rough winter and it seems that a lot of people are complaining about unusually dry, cracked skin.  What do you think is causing this dry skin?


Dr. Smith: There are different levels of dryness and potential skin conditions.  In general, the red, itchy and dry skin that people experience is called eczema.  Eczema can range from basic dry skin all the way to skin conditions like atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.   In the winter months skin may get very dehydrated and chapped, so people may see red, rough, itchy patches that have the potential to crack and bleed.  As dermatologists, the most important step we initiate with these people is the restoration of their skin's outermost barrier.


Eric Michaels: What is this skin barrier that you mentioned?
Dr. Smith: Explains barrier and barrier components.


Eric Michaels: Is there anything new that people should know about in terms of treatment?
Dr. Smith: A new class of products has emerged from recent research into eczema and atopic dermatitis. These products have been designed to specifically help with skin barrier restoration. The most well-known product in this class is EpiCeram Skin Barrier Emulsion. EpiCeram Emulsion was designed specifically to address a defective skin barrier by replenishing ceramides, cholesterol and free fatty acids in an optimal ratio.  Based on a significant amount of research at the University of California, EpiCeram Emulsion was formulated in an optimal manner to supply the skin barrier with the proper building blocks to restore its healthy function.


Eric Michaels: Do children experience eczema too? How can parents tell if their child is having a problem?  Is it all visual or are there other signs?
Dr. Smith: Children often experience a form of eczema called atopic dermatitis. The red, rough, itchy dry patches are present, but a child, especially a very young infant, may also cry and lose sleep. The best way to determine if a child has atopic dermatitis is to visit a local dermatologist when the rash is present. A quick visual check by a trained physician is all that is usually required to diagnosis and properly treat the child.


Eric Michaels: Besides treatment with topical products like EpiCeram Emulsion, what can people do for themselves or their children?
Dr. Smith: There are several daily skin care changes that can dramatically improve the signs and symptoms of eczema.  These include using non-irritating soaps and cleansers, only bathing once a day, limiting the amount of rubbing and touching of the irritated areas and avoiding common irritants around the house.  Try to use a moisturizer once a day as well.


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Web Site:
FortMillDerm.com


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January 30, 2011 @ 4:39 pm

Why are some people more miserable during allergy season than others?

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Dr. Ed Neuzil, a board certified ARNP who has had his own allergy, sinus and asthma practice in Central Florida for more than 11 years joined the show. He has also developed an herbal-enhanced nasal cleansing spray, Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator that provides relief for dry, irritated nasal passages.


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Francis "Ed" Neuzil, PhD, MSN, ARNP is the creator of Dr. Neuzil's Irrigator. He has over 34 years of experience in the medical field and is a Nurse Practitioner with 11 years of specialty expertise in the fields of allergy, sinus and asthma. He is the owner of the Allergy, Sinus and  Asthma Family Health Center in Lady Lake, Florida and has five college degrees including his Ph.D. in Health Administration.


He created the herbal-enhanced sinus rinse for his own family and patients who often suffer during Florida's extended allergy seasons. Dr. Neuzil's Irrigator is not a steroid or nasal decongestant. This nasal spray is a saline formula with light menthol, natural oils and herbs added so it doesn't burn, sting or leave an unpleasant aftertaste. It uses the natural decongesting effects of the essential oils to provide comfort and relief.


Neuzil is an Associate member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and a member of several local, state and national professional organizations.


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Dr. Ed Neuzil discusses the following on this eHealth Radio Episode:

  • Last year’s allergy season was brutal for many around the country and this year’s may be just as bad if not worse. What symptoms did your patients experience? Why are some people more miserable during allergy season than others?
  • You often tell your patients to “avoid” the pollen and other irritants that cause discomfort. How do they do that?
  • A nasal wash is often prescribed to rinse out the irritating pollen. You have created a product called Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator that can be used along as a natural alternative or along with prescription allergy medication. Please tell us about that.
  • Do you have suggestions for people with young children for allergy season? Can kids suffer from allergies and how can they get relief?
  • How can allergies affect asthma symptoms?
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Web Site:
IrrigatorNasalSpray.com


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